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Old 26-08-2016, 14:53   #1
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Will this ever end?

Dear Skippers, I finally got my CNG stove system changed over to propane. I ordered the 10 tank that most of you said is what sailboats use but I am pretty sure that it is too tall to fit in my locker.

Is it the 10 or 11 lb. squat tank that people use? And how tall is it?

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Manchester - Vertical Steel Propane Tanks, 5, 10, and 11 lb

This site shows the 11 lb. being the squat version, measuring 8.4" high.
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